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Master 4-4-2 Off-Balance

with Angela Kelly,

University of Tennessee Head Women's Soccer Coach

Former UNC standout Angela Kelly, who played for legendary UNC coach Anson Dorrance, shares her knowledge and expertise on the effective 4-4-2 Off-Balance Offense, which she has implemented successfully at Tennessee since the 2000 season. Coach Kelly uses a marker board presentation and on-field demonstration to diagram and demonstrate the complete 4-4-2 Off-Balance Offense. This offense is designed to combat the ever-popular 4-3-3 Offense used at all competitive levels of soccer. Kelly begins by outlining player positioning, detailing each player's position, roles, and responsibilities putting emphasis on creating proper spacing and creating advantage situations. She also emphasizes the importance of transitional play, using the free player shift to create width, confusing and exposing the defense, and learning when to attack and pass. Kelly effectively uses the X's and O's to shed light on this creative way of playing a well-developed system!

33 minutes. 2004.


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